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Go-Ahead Group appoints Patrick Verwer as CEO of Govia Thameslink Railway


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Go-Ahead Group appoints Patrick Verwer as CEO of Govia Thameslink Railway
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date
21 Jun 2018
source Go-Ahead Group
type Press release



The Go-Ahead Group plc (GOG) has today appointed Patrick Verwer, former Managing Director of London Midland Trains, as CEO of Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR).

David Brown, CEO of Go-Ahead commented “I have full confidence in Patrick’s ability and determination to lead GTR and its team through the current difficulties and to deliver the long term benefits of the new timetable. Patrick brings with him a long history of collaborating with industry partners such as Network Rail and the DfT to deliver for customers.”

Patrick Verwer said “ I look forward to working with my new colleagues to deliver on the transformation that is already underway at GTR. My focus will be on ensuring we meet the needs of our customers each and every day.”

Patrick will join GTR in early July.

Patrick Verwer was Managing Director of London Midland between January 2012 and December 2017. Before that he worked in the transport industry in the UK and Europe, specialising in rail and airport services. He first came to the UK in 2003 as Managing Director of Merseyrail. Born and educated in the Netherlands, Patrick started his career in the Rotterdam Police Force rising to senior officer level.

GTR press office on 020 3750 2031 press.office@gtrailway.com

Go-Ahead Group press office 020 7799 8978 communications@go-ahead.com

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